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I am 16 years old, a girl, and I'm 5'10". I want to pursue an acting career, but my mother and other family members say I should model. I am a tomboy and I don't wear "designer" or "popular" clothes. I am a total sport freak. (I play hockey, basketball, softball, soccer, etc.) I know that modelling could get me into an acting career, but I don't think I'd be right. I have an agency in mind that I would contact, but I'm not sure if I should send in my pictures and application. Please help. Acting is one thing I want to pursue. Anything, anybody's opinion would help me! ABOUT oklahoma ~ 16 yrs old ~ Blonde Hair ~ Brown Eyes ~ 5'10" ~ 117.9 lbs
I usually give people yes and no answers but I want to tell you that modelling doesn't sound like its for you, therefor DEFINITELY go for acting. I love acting and it's one of the things I live for! I couldn't imagine not doing it. If you feel the same way, you already know what you want. It's just that you're brain is over-thinking. Your brain and your heart are very different. Brains are there to make you think logically and give yourself that freedom of saying "yes or no". Hearts, however, already know what you want. They don't have any logic to it, they are just their with you decision. Brains come along and try to justify that decision. If you are realllyyy uncertain I may, just maybe, encourage you to try it out for the slightest. And the same goes for acting. Maybe acting classes... Why? Well people don't always know what they like until they get the first taste of it. Meaning, once you actually ExPeRiEnCe acting or modelling, you will undoubtedly have made up your mind. Please, though, as an actress who is going to audition for their agency TONIGHT (right after i submit this answer), i urge you to lean towards acting as long as YOU feel that way. Modelling may be fun, but it may even be more about what you will get out of it. Some people want fame from their careers. Modelling most likely won't earn you this. So, it is a matter of what the career is to you. Is it a/for: Money Maker Fame Passion I heard that ^^ on the internet too and I thought it was really true! Alright, I need to run and audition now. Goodluck and please, trust your heart on this one. Your brain can make you do ridiculous things that you may regret. :)
If you are even putting modelling and acting in the same job category then you need a lot more information. Acting requires talent, enormous motivation, years of hard work and training. You are so wrong about modelling getting you into an acting career. The truth is that there are literally thousands of attractive, fully trained, talented, highly committed actors out there looking for employment and willing to take anything at all. If the idea of gruelling training, constant auditioning (and rejection), with very little prospect of fame and fortune still doesn't put you off your ideas of an acting career then go for it. Beauty, although a factor is not even close to enough to pursue an acting career. You won't get past first base without talent, and you don't know if you have acting talent. Stay at school, take drama, singing and movement classes and see if you have the raw material that you need. Surround yourself with aspiring actors and observe how committed some of them are to this career. Then make your decision. You could use modelling to support your acting training - might be better than other options. Wishing you great success.
Modelling won't get you into acting - why would it? Acting requires years of training, intelligence, dedication, determination and loads of experience on stage. Modelling is all about looks - no talent is required. And to be honest, it looks like the most pointless, boring job on the planet. You'd have to be very narcissistic and very much into fashion to want that as a career, I think. A few actors do a little modelling on the side, but they keep it very quiet. Admitting that you do modelling isn't a good idea in the acting world - professionals all reckon that models are all self-obsessed airheads! And what's more, if you got signed as a model they'd probably ban you from doing sports - getting a scrape or a bruise could stop you from working. If you've been attending a good acting school for several years and have taken leading roles in loads of stage plays, you might be able to get an agent - ask at your acting class. But you sound too intelligent to want to be a model - work at the acting - it's much more fun! Good luck!
Modeling actually doesn't get you into acting whatsoever, unless you're a top model like Tyra Banks or Heather Marks. I was an international fashion model and now I have to start all over for an acting career. They're really different areas in the entertainment business. Plus, for modeling all you need is the bone structure, measurements of 34-24-34 give or take an inch(weight doesn't mean jack if you're over the target measurements), and height(which you already have). Personality doesn't matter in modeling, as long as you sell the product you're modeling while looking great, you've done your job. Also, agents really control your career in modeling. They can push you more than the other girls, or you can be one of the starving models getting no work. And, you don't have to pay for classes, unlike acting. You may only need to pay for a test shoot depending on the agency, but that's all. For agencies, they usually have open calls. Go to one instead of submitting because you can get their opinion on the spot and if they don't want you, they'll tell you so you don't have to wonder. Their website will have dates and times for their open calls. For acting personality, talent and an immense amount of luck matter. You need a shining personality, a one in a million talent and most importantly luck. Even though you're going to need a lot of luck, you can have a longer career in acting than in modeling. In modeling, you're career usually slows down at around 20 and dies at around 22-24 if you haven't made it in the top 20 by then. But acting, you can play roles until the day you die. Look at Betty White. Acting takes a lot of time, luck, energy and money to pursue successfully but modeling is usually just a quick spotting and you're off to Paris if a top agent loves you. Which ever one you choose do a lot of research so you won't be scammed and good luck!
If you've got the looks for it, modeling requires the least amount of training, but it has a short career path. many models move on to acting after they get a little favorable recognition.
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